Dr. Corey E. Miller:
Tel: (937) 775-2144
Office: 313B Fawcett Hall
Dr. Corey E. Miller
Dr. Miller is an Associate Professor in the Psychology Department. He teaches undergraduate courses in human sexuality, as well as numerous graduate courses in the Industrial/Organizational psychology graduate program.
Dr. Miller's research interests are in Personnel Psychology. The research program explores the legal context of Personnel Psychology, and how legal, social, and political initiatives play out in terms of diversity management, with particular emphasis of the design and content of Personnel Selction programs n such a climate. Dr. Miller has begun a program of research on the use of personality (or non-cognitive) measures in Personnel Selection. Specifically, the program of research is looking at controlling faking or response distortion, more specifically at exploring the construct of job desirability. Dr. Miller is interested in this area of research because the use of non-cognitive measures is driven by an attempt to reduce adverse impact, or allow an employers to increase the diversity of their workforce. This theme of legal issues in Personnel Psychology is also evident in Dr. Miller's research on exploring the antecedents of commitment to diversity in organizations, research on the effectiveness of a sexual harassment prevention training program, and work on the application of stereotye theory in employment litigation.